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In addition to living areas, residence halls will often have numerous resources housed in the building to help first-year students transition, including academic advising centers, resident advisor offices and computer areas.
Whether engaging in student activities, making friends in residence halls or apartments, taking advantage of programming, or not worrying about getting to and from school, campus accommodation can remove much stress and allow students to focus on their studies.
These spaces are often shared with at least one other student and may include suite-style bathroom facilities shared with an adjoining room, or may involve communal facilities for a portion of the floor.
Because these quarters rarely have kitchens, most first-year students are required to have a meal plan alongside their accommodation.
For students attending college who are either married or have legal custody of a child, special family accommodations are available at many schools.
These are often apartment-style, with options ranging from one to three bedrooms.